Saturday 25 November 2017

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ICC to donate US $1 million to NZC

The ICC will donate US $1 million to New Zealand Cricket (NZC) to help in the building of its new office after its original premises in Christchurch were destroyed in the February 22 earthquake. The earthquake, which had a magnitude …

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ICC vows to investigate ticketing process

The ICC has acknowledged shortcomings in the ticketing process for the World Cup, and has vowed to investigate it thoroughly and come back prepared for the next world

ICC confirms 10 teams for next two World Cups

The ICC has confirmed that the next two World Cups will be 10-team events. The 2015 edition of the premier 50-over tournament will be co-hosted by Australia and

ICC asks Pawar to intervene over tickets

The ICC has asked its president Sharad Pawar to intervene in a growing controversy over the sale and distribution of tickets for the World Cup. A letter written

Passionate Bangladesh provides perfect opening

"For a sport that has a bad history with opening ceremonies, nothing could have been more welcome than the sheer enthusiasm and passion with which Bangladesh

Goa outlast Andhra in a thriller

Goa 245 for 9 (Pinto 119*, Ajay Kumar 3-42) beat Andhra 241 (Venugopal Rao 82, Sumanth 58, Gadekar 4-67) by one wicket Goa squeaked past Andhra by one wicket

Sibanda and Lewis deliver Rhinos win

Mid West Rhinos 181 (Nyathi 55) and 326 (Sibanda 104) beat Southern Rocks 199 (Mahwire 66, Lewis 7-37) and 210 (Matsikenyeri 93, Mugava 4-56) by 98 runs Southern Rocks

Mushangwe stars in Mountaineers win

Mountaineers 354 (Mlambo 141, Mutombodzi 3/110) & 248/5d (Masakadza 120 not out, Keegan 3/30) beatMashonaland Eagles 229 (Hall 56, Chatara 3/51) & 89 (Mutizwa 22, Mushangwe 5/21) Mashonaland

Lou Vincent century fuels Auckland’s triumph

Auckland 335 for 6 (Vincent 153) beat Canterbury 329 for 9 (Nicol 119, Brownlie 60, Stewart 60) by six runs A 152-ball 153 from Lou Vincent propelled Auckland to

Shahid Afridi, Pakistan’s demolition man

Ignore Shahid Afridi at your peril. The 30-year-old Pakistan captain is widely regarded as one of the most destructive batsmen in limited overs cricket. Coupled with his wicket-taking for Live cricket updates, Sports Highlights, Cricket Videos, Online Schedule & Scorecard